The newly revised three-volume Criminal Law in Oregon is an essential resource for Oregon lawyers who practice criminal law. Topics covered in this comprehensive resource range from search and seizure to postconviction proceedings, and everything in between. Drawing on the wisdom of the experts, this book will save you time and resources. In addition to serving as the chief reference guide on criminal law for Oregon judges, defense lawyers, and prosecutors, Criminal Law in Oregon is an invaluable resource for civil practitioners who handle the occasional criminal law case. This new edition will be released in December in a portable, convenient, and easily accessible 7” x 10” perfect-bound format. Bleed tabs will take you right to the chapter you need. Author commentary, such as Practice Tips and Queries, will be set apart and easily distinguishable from the main text.
This new edition would not have been possible without the expert input from our stellar editorial review board, which was balanced between prosecution and defense attorneys as well as including one judge. Jennifer Lloyd, attorney in charge of criminal appeals with the Oregon Department of Justice, and Ernest Lannet, chief defender with the Office of Public Defense Services, continued on the board from the prior revision. New board members were Hon. Susan Triem, trial judge with the Springfield Municipal Court, Jeffrey Howes, prosecutor with the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, and Ryan O’Connor, a criminal defense attorney with the firm of O’Connor Weber LLC.
You can view the full table of contents for this revision on the OSB online bookstore.
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